8 Ideas for Using Reclaimed Wood in Your Philadelphia Home

Holly Perron

Philadelphia people are passionate about making use of reclaimed wood in its rough-hewn natural state. It’s become a fashionable way to repurpose weathered wood and, at the same time express your own distinctive style. Reclaimed wood products stand out whether on a wall, your cabinets, or even your windows. Want to know how you can best employ reclaimed wood? We‘ve got 8 superb ideas for you – each and every one applied to gorgeous effect in Philadelphia homes.

1. Outfit Your Windows with Reclaimed Wood

It’s about time: that window treatment of reclaimed wood you’ve long desired is now readily available to you. Sunburst Shutters now offers a plantation shutter made from certified reclaimed wood. We worked in tandem with Stikwood, an FSC-certified company, to provide the finest reclaimed wood from which to build these shutters. As a matter of fact, Sunburst is the only company offering you reclaimed wood shutters in the Philadelphia area. We got our hands on the reclaimed wood you love and used it to engineer a louvered shutter that’s not only beautiful but functional.

Reclaimed wood shutters in living room

Reclaimed wood can become the makings for a window treatment that’s wholly original. It makes a difference, certainly, that your reclaimed wood shutters are artistic accomplishments in their own right. And Sunburst makes sure they are. You’ll soon realize there’s as much to love about their operation as there is to love about their look. Tilt the louvers open to let more light in. And tilt them closed to enjoy fully the weathered look of reclaimed wood on your window. If we’ve heightened your interest, you’ll want to look a bit more into reclaimed wood for windows in Philadelphia

2. Walls of Reclaimed Wood

Nothing brings the outside in as invitingly as a reclaimed wood wall. Reclaimed wood paneling accentuates your wall and adds a casually convivial atmosphere to the room. No matter if you have a bookcase, fireplace, artwork, or TV to complement, a reclaimed wood wall will look beautiful behind it and give you precisely the effect you you desire.

3. Reclaimed Wood for Your Floor

Want to redo a floor in your house? Wood flooring of any kind can warm up a room, but flooring of reclaimed wood has an unparalleled beauty reflective of the time – generally decades – the wood has been outside. Whether you’re a bona fide nature lover or someone who’s simply drawn to the appearance of weathered wood, you’ll be ecstatic about what a reclaimed wood floor can do to give your home a new lease on life.

4. Cabinets of Reclaimed Wood

This is the perfect time to give your kitchen cabinets a sprucing up with reclaimed wood. It’s the natural way to improve the warmth and congeniality of your kitchen|make your kitchen the warm, inviting haven you’ve always thought it could be. Every panel of reclaimed wood tells an amazing tale – of long years during which it languished in a forgotten building, [perhaps|maybe|for instance|for example]211], or as part of a fallen barn or fence. And a small part of that narrative will linger on in your reclaimed wood cabinets, coming to mind at such times when you see them.

5. Reclaimed Wood and Tables

A tabletop incorporating or wholly consisting of reclaimed wood can lend a ultra-current, assuredly novel ambiance to your dining room or home office. Match the reclaimed wood’s natural tones and textures with your décor for a cohesive look that comforts you – as it awes your guests!

6. Bookcases of Reclaimed Wood

Aside from what other things we might hold dear about them, books make great decorative pieces. Leather, vinyl, buckram, or paperbound books and those with colorful dust jackets look especially pleasing on a coffee or end table, on a bookshelf, or in a large bookcase. Their pleasant variety is both distinguished and harmonized in bookcases of real wood, too. And bookcases of reclaimed wood, given their natural colors, knots, holes, scratches, and other traits, create a particularly unusual, one-of-a-kind furnishing.

7. Reclaimed Wood as a Frame

The understated, natural look of reclaimed wood is wonderfully apt for picture frames. It’s just what’s needed to show off your favorite artwork and personal photos in a most splendid manner. It’s worth noting, too, that frames of reclaimed wood can be put together in a variety of styles, so they’ll harmonize with nearly any décor.

8. Reclaimed Wood for a Headboard

Not much can revive the appearance of a bedroom like a skillfully designed and constructed headboard.

It’s really a matter of preference today as to whether people want their headboard fastened in some way to the bed or fixed to the wall behind the bed. However you want it, a headboard constructed of reclaimed wood planking can be especially breathtaking. It’s natural tones and weathered features are easily adapted to a wide range of styles, from antique to modern. With reclaimed wood, you’ll find you have no limits on your imagination to get in the way of you creating the headboard that dreams are made of!

Find Your Inspiration in Reclaimed Wood

We hope we’ve inspired you with these 8 ideas for getting the most out of reclaimed wood. That said, we have so many other ideas to share – ideas that blend well with the reclaimed wood shutters only we provide in Philadelphia. Our staff would be delighted to show you samples of our shutters, answer your questions, and help you explore lots of other great design ideas. Contact us at 215-874-4897 to schedule your free in-home design consultation at your convenience!